Jesse Lee Soffer Says Halstead Will Try To ‘Save Everybody’ In The ‘Chicago P.D.’ Season 4 Finale

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Get ready for another thrilling season finale from the cast and crew over at Chicago P.D.

There’s no denying this season of the police drama has thrown us for a loop more than once, but according to actors Jesse Lee Soffer and Jason Beghe, fans haven’t seen anything yet.

People’s Choice caught up with the stars who play Jay Halstead and Hank Voight, respectively, at the 2017 NBC Universal Upfront Presentation on Monday (May 15), where they teased that the finale will center around Lindsay’s fate.

“[There’s] a lot of drama. we’re not sure if Lindsay’s character is going to be able to stay in the unit,” explained Beghe. “She’s gone way too far, and did something kind of terrible in the interrogation room and there might be repercussions.”

In fact, things are so serious with the CPD Intelligence officer (played by Sophia Bush) that she could wind up losing her badge. As for Halstead and Voight, fans can expect both characters to come through and try to help Lindsay as much as they can.

In fact, Soffer hinted that fans could expect to see his character Halstead getting involved with things.

“[He’s trying to] save everybody,” said Soffer. “There’s a lot there.”

Check out what else Beghe and Soffer had to say about what their characters will be up to in the finale below.

 

 

There’s no telling quite yet exactly what Lindsay’s done to get herself in such a tight spot, but we’ll definitely be tuning in to see it all transpire!

The season 4 finale of Chicago P.D. airs Wednesday, May 17 at 10 p.m. on NBC.

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